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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 181)2
, Wild ducks
Look ai those $5 wntcbcs at Will R.
Mark Hauberg, of Coe, was iu the clly
today cn business.
Mi Rosa- ivjrcmtr is Visiting with
friends in Chicago.
TFa'.eh Wi!l R. Johnson's window for
barcains in iwtlery.
Take stock in the old reliable Rock
Call at Will R. Johnson's and see the
great bargains in chains
Frotnage, BeBrie, Roquefort, Elam,
3iss and cream cheese at Young's.
Don't forget the masquerade ball at
Armor; hall Saturday evening. April 2.
II. A. Dateman, of Oberlin, Ohio, was
in the city yesterday calling on friends
Ion t forget the masquerade ball at
Armory hall Saturday evening, April 2
How doth lha wonldbe barrister.
Improve each abitiing mioate;
Briiifrine a hot torn a' a suit.
When ne kLcma there's nothing in it.
Wanted A middle agei Catholic
woman as housekeeper in small family
Icquire at this office.
Street cars will run on all lines escept
the Milan line after the lecture tomorrow
night at HatyQrfenheatre.
A letter and a check to E H. Gayer
secretary, will secure you stock in the
Rock Island Building association
For Rent Building 90 feet on Market
f qcre, three stories, back of Thomas' drug
store. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
Hudson & Parker have received the
t.ntract for remodeling the residence of
Silas Sprague cn Moline avenue.
TheHdies of the First M. E. church
have been for some time preparing for an
experience social to be held seme time in
Among the famous artists represented
at the lnter-State Art Exhibit at Library
ha'.l, Davenport is 0. W, Piatt, formerly
of Ruck Islaad.
J. G. Mueller and children wish to re
turn their thanks to all those who so
kindly assisted them during the sickness
and hf;er the dea'.h of wife and mother.
Seme of the state papers have an idea
that Davenrtort is interested in the twin-
city ball c'ua of Rock Irl&nd and Molina I
Ve are sorry to cay that we have no
share in the club that is going to take the
pennaTif, a'tbongh we are intensely inter
etted in it. Davenport Leader.
The usual routine business in one of
1 lie couLtj offices wa3 somewhat
disturbed jesterdny afternoon by
an t;5cia! and a citizen get
liag Int o a conversion that made it look
forawL:!e as though someone would be
filled with lead. It finally blew oyer,
however, without any serious results.
The Inter-State art exhibit is now in
progress at the library building in Daven
port. .1 . C. Rasmussen speaks of the ex
hibition as an exceptionally fine collec
tion of pain'.ings and says he never spent
an henr more pleasantly than in study
of the paintings loaned by the artists of
The second lecture bv Henry H.
Ii-iena was attended by a large audience,
and was illus'.ratcd by the finest eollec
tion of s'ereoDticon pictures ever shown
in Chicago. The accompanying descrip
tion was all that could be desired, and
Mr. Rigtn bts established himself as a
standard attraction here. Chicago Eve
nirg .Journal, April 13
Frntz Hiverslick, while walking along
the icy sidewalk on Eighteenth street
yesterday afternoon, had the misfortune
to fall, cutting a deep gash in his right
cheek. Dr EM.Sala s'.itchtd up the
wound, which, though somewhat painfu'.
is nut serious
Public spirited ci izens can make a
profitable investment ami also aid the
growth of the city by taking stock in the
Rock Island Building association. For
tieth series now opened. The unprcce
denUd demand for money for new build
ings sboti'rf have an immediate response
from a'.l interested in the city's growth.
James Taylor, of .Taylor Ridge, accem
-panied by his little granddaughter, Ella
Taylor, was in the city today on bis way
to Dubuque where the little girl's father
will take her to her sister, Mrs. O. A.
Robertson, of B jies City, Iiaho, with
whom she will hereafter make her home.
One to look at Trainmaster J. C. Stan
ton, of the C, B. & Q , would hardly
appose that he is old enough to be a
father-in-law. Nevertheless it is a fact,
Vis son. Welter, having been married re
wntly to Miss Nellie Brady, of Beards
;wn. Mr. Stanton's family is well known
here and their many friends will extend
congratulations to the young couple.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary J,
liiiley occurred from her home. 727
Twentieth street, at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Rev. W. S. Marquis, f the Broad
aj Presbyterian church, officiating
There was a large attendance of the sor
rowing friends of the estimable lady, and
the casket 'as completely covered with a
profusion ot beautiful floral offerings. The
interment tjok place in Cbippianock cem
etery. Th! following were pill bearers:
Phil Mitchell, C. L Walker, Dr. J. W.
Stewart. Fr nk Mixter, J. F. Robinson
and W. B. Ferguson.
Things political in the Fifth ward are
s usual, vt ry much mixed this spring
Aid. Evant is running for reelection with
the republican nomination back of him
He was first elected to the council on
democratic votes and he has always shown
his allegian x to that party, a fact which
is responsible for the action of Chairman
Robinson in the republican caucus which
nominated him this year, in spitting cut
his indignation. Mr. Mayer on the other
hand, while confident of election, and
with the pledged support of many demo
crats claims to have the endorsement of
as many rep ublicans, and so you have it.
The Unio i appears to be as frantic and
grief -strickc n over the loss ot Tomalley
& Co. as Sei.rle himself, and even goes so
far as to manifest much concern as to
the position taken in the matter by The
Argcs. It is to be hoped the Union will
not become so much distressed over The
Akgus as t ) be tffected with insomnia,
for this pap er has mads a pretty good
stagger at fighting for itself so far, and
is getting along pretty well, thank you.
acd has seen nothing in recent develop
ments to caase it the least uneasiness.
Briefly stated, the Union 6hould know
that Searle or anyone else does not pos
ss68 the terrcrs to The Akgus, that Mc
Eoirv does to the Union.
A receptioi to their lady friends of the
tri-cities was given by Mesdamcs T. J.
and J. F. Ribinson at their residence on
Twentieth slreet yesterday afternoon.
About 125 la lies from Davenport, Moline
and this city ere received, the following
assisting ia reccivincr: Mesdames J. T.
Noftfcker, W. T. Magill.U. C. Clcaveland,
11. B. Sudlcw, Frank Taylor, J. W.
Birth, and the Misses Ella Taylor, Amy
Sweeney and EtnmaTunnell. The siu-
venirs weri unique and the ellur
throughout was very elaborate, being
oue of the most pleasant of tLo season's
social events. The catering was done by
Krcll & Math
THE HEAD OFFICERS.
The Directors of the Woodmen Older
The Pnb.lc Mediae at Harper Thea.
tie Tonight A Fine Tine JLat
Evesiac at Sterling-Bawl-Bess
Protect x'ocr Eyes.
The greates: invention ever made for
human eyes. Prof. Pirschberg the well
known optician of C2J Oiive street, St.
Louis, is the tae patentee of the diamond
acd non-changeable spectacles and eye
glasses, the superior quality of which is
acknowledged by the best oculists and
physicians all over. All who use them
are only too g ad to testify to their clear
ncss, durability and comfort and ease tbey
give to the eyes, even at the most diffi
Prof . II. Hirschberg will be in Rock
Island April 7, 8 and 9. and while there
will adjust glasses to all in need of such,
and will make no charge for consultation
and tximinati n of eyes. T. II. Thomas
has been appointed agent for Prof.
Eiirsch berg's diimond and non-changeable
spectacles and eyeglasscs and they will
have a lull Bto:k of the above mentioned
spectacles end eye-glasses
I can recomiaend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal exDcrient.e. Michael Herr, Phar
I bad catarrl. of the head and throat f.r
five years. I used Ely's Cream Balm, and
from the first application I was relieved.
The sense of smell, which had been lost.
wls n stored alter using one bottle. I
have found the Balm the only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, acd it has effected a
enre in my cas?. II. L. Myer, Waverly,
Th Eiffdl Twer of Iolict Aniens.
318,574 bottles B'U9h of Roses sold in
1S90. You kn jw I could not have sold
so much if B ash of Roses was not as
represented, sure cure for pimples,
freckles and bl' ckheads. In 1892 I pre
dirt it will be sold by every druggist, and
used by ever la ly and gentleman in the
Unitid States. T. II. Thomas will sud-.
ply you at 75 ctnts per bottle.
Notice is hereby given that the town
ship collector is obliged to return his
boobs to the cojnty collector not later
than the 2Ulh inst., after which date
co9ts will be addtd. Office with Hurst
& Donaldson, Masonic Temple block
Office open evenings. W. T. Sugden,
Do not confuse the Famous Blush of
Roses with the many worthless paints,
powders, creams and bleaches which are
flooding the ma ket. Get the genuine of
VOUT druecist. T. H. Thomas. ?. r.-ntH rur
nettle, and I guarantee it will remoye
yaur pimples. Heckles, blackheads, moth,
tan and sunburc. and give you a lovely
Ah! in this pain-striken world, why
will men rorget hat they are bretbern,
and see oae of these little ones suffer
with rheumatisn , when twenty-five cents
will buy a bottle of Salvation Oil.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can poBsass
Pozzom s Complexion powder gives it
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
The directors of the order of Modern
Woodmen of America, accompanied by
Head Clerk C. W. Hawea arrived in the
city this afternoon, having been on the
road between here and Sterling since 5
o'clock this morning. At the latter city
last night the Woodmen officers were given
a royal reception and entertainment, fol
lowed by a banquet at the, Randolph
Tonight at Harper's theatre occurs the
public meeeting in honor of the distin
guished visitors.in accordance with a pro
gramme heretofore published in The Ar
gus. This afternoon the directors are
holding a business session at the rooms
of the Improvement association, and will
continue their business meeting there to
morrow, dining at noon with Assistant
Head Clerk H. . Casteel. Friday morn
ing the bead officers go to Springfield,
where thy are to be entertained by the
Sangamon county camps.
The directors here are: J. G Johnson,
of Peabody. Kas., chairman; C. T. Hay
decker, of Waukegon, and A. R. Talbot,
of Lincoln, Neb., while Hon. J. W.
White, of Tampico, 111., is expected to
night. All are men prominent in busi
ness and politics. Head Consul W. A.
Northcott, of Greenville, is prosecuting
attorney of Bond county, and is unable
to attend the meeting; Hon. J. W.
White is state senator as is Director
Matthews, who is detained from attending
by sickness. Director Ilaydecker ia
prosecuting attorney of Lake county.
Director Johnson is one of the most
pronrncnt attorneys in the state of Ne
A HANDSOME POLISH
A LEATHER PRESERVER
NO BRUSHING REQUIRE
IrfMik at my old chip hakt. imt it a bcaalrf
I haw juat finiahed painting it with
A 10c. W BOTTLE
will do half a dozen bask eta.
WOLFF RANDOLPH. Philadelphia-.
PIK-KON raatiftMothrhinimbda basket.
It mahea a white jriaan nw any color you de
sire to match. It chenjcee pine table 14
walnat, a cane recker to mahogany.
II stalae, paints, lacquers. Japan.
"A better article it is impossible to get.
sir; I Lave tried them ail and unhesitat
ingly rronounce Dr. Bull's Couch
Syrup superior to anv." (Ext.)
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
Uowels each day. Most people teed to
A Plain Precaution.
Kiiher to alopta plain precaution, one Muiioiit'il
by cxper'encc and approved by medical rr.cn, or
to incur the ri.-W of a mulidy obdurate and de
structive ia it vinous forms of intermittent or
billions remittent fever, or dumb ag-c, which of
the two? For every type, for every phase ofma-
IHna, HoFtttcr"s Stomcb. Bitters is aupcciflc. It
aclf promptly docs its wo:k thoroughly. Asa
defence against the malarial taint it Is most effec
tive. Emigrauts t J anil denizens of regions in
the west where mlasnatlc complaints are peri
odical visitants, should be mindful ot this and
nsn the Bitters as a safcirnard. For cnMipation,
billionsnt'ss, rheumatism, "la (rrippe," kidney ana
bladder troubles the Bitters will be fonnd no less
nsrful thnn in caes of malaria. Against the In
jurious effects of rxposorj, bonly or mental
la.igitc, it is also a valuable nrotection
May depend upon the way j ou treat the warn
ings which nature gives yoti as the spring
comes on. A few bottles of S. S. S. taken
at that time may insure good he.il'.h for a year
or two. Therefore act at cr.ee, for it
that nature be assisted at the right time.
S.S. S. r.evcr fails to relieve t!;e system of im
purities and obstructions, tnd is an excellent
He Wants to Add his Name.
Permit me to nud my name to your many
other certincites i.i commendation of the great
curative properties contained in Swift's Spe
cific (S. S. S ) It is certainly one of the best
tcuics I ever used."
J)HN W. Daniels, Anderson, S. C
Treatise on Mood and skin diseases mailed
free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SOLVED 1HE PKOBLEM:
The inventor of the New Sc!e Kim
ball Pirdo was overjoyed when he found
what a succei-s he had mii'e of it, and the
above cut represents his feelirps Have
you examined these piano? Do not
confound ih"m with the old eter.ciled
mtke. rut cill ind see the New Scale;
they arc the finest in the Ian1?. We have
just received a firie assortment in An-
fque Oik. Bird s Eve Maple. Mahopany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and ll)se
Wood finish Csecs. Call early and see
the finest vaiit-ty ever shown in the citv
of Hock Island.
D. Ecy Scwlfcy, 1726 Secisd Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
Having just fnrnifhed a fine Parlor nptairs and
cqmvpea " witntwooi isrnnwicK .V. utilise s
nnent Billiard T-bles. alo tw o Hue Tool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
'.lie flucf t l'ne nf Imported and Domestic Cigars
t ml Tobacco In the market.
1S08 Second Avenue.
hit ' '
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mat If I for s r-xt.
SVB C fl WTIRE
Larg assortment of patterns shown
from the lowest to the highest cost.
Domestics Scotch and French. The
latest effects are embroidered, effects
in large polka dots, irregular figures,
Early choice has its advantages, as
no duplicates can be had later
Are displayed in assortments of de
signs, colorings and fabrics almost be
And other effects. Prices quite reason
able, beginning as low as 13!4c.
All Wool Cliallie3.
" v, vjuc wc snow tjv
largest and handomes
challics in the three cit-
And India Mulls are
choice and desirable
The "early bird" is
more applicable than y
a spring stock.
Tvock TslanH, II! in
Is the appropriate name applied to us K
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest shies. Irv;;'
rordially invited by
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES ard SCISSORS took tbe highest i-iiuu
for quality. If yon want a cood knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carvinj
Set like those I have to show will be. Also ihose '
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. 'iru-Lt Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
AGorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft ooal-;ni I r-vt-ry uc?
gaarant-?ed. These are all good things to buy at Clir'truas-cr
anyother time. Come in ani see how much I hav- t sliowyoa
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goo.i-.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Strer-i, Kink hv
Elegance of Style and Perfection of Fit
It has never been our good fortune to secure so many beautiful and artistic designs and
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S NOVELTIES
As we are now showing for the spring and summer. Popular among which are Zouave Suits, in lour
different styles; Vestee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different .v1
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in ) different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different style:
Long Pants Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in da
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. 58c to $14.50. LONG PANTS SUITS, $2.2) to 22.0U.
Over 200 dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select from. Full dress waists, also waists with Marshall collars,
turned cuffs, fancy fronts and ties to match. Beautiful line in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The celebrated
S. & A., fast black hose for boys. Exquisite line of boys hats and caps. We repeat that it has never been
our good fortune to show nor that of our patrons to select from such a grand array of boys' wearing app1-
- PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those of any other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise, h
want to clothe your boys and have them look neat and tidy, you-will find it decidedly advantageous
trade with the dependable
IRON CLAD AND